On August 29, 2018, the Milwaukee Business Journal reported a collaboration on how Israel is working with Wisconsin, specifically The Global Water Center (The Water Council), an EB-5 project, to share innovations for each other’s water technology industries.
New activity stirred up attention at the BMO Harris Bank Tower site on Tuesday, July 31, as contractors began pouring what will be the first above-ground floor. As the Milwaukee Business Journal reports, the 410 cubic yards of concrete poured out during a four-hour period and will become the deck for the 25-story building’s main lobby - a restaurant and retail branch for BMO Harris Bank.
IPO (Immigrant Investor Program Office) Deputy Chief, Julia Harrison, shared what IPO has planned for FY17 during the IIUSA and AILA Conferences.
"The Water Council and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. have announced they are launching the third round of The BREW, a global seed accelerator for water technology startups."
"Creating a global community of practice around sharing water technology and innovation" is the goal of the partnership, as stated by Helen Scott, Research Coordinator of Global Compact Cities Program.
The Global Water Center was recently featured on Flow Control when it teamed up with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation to establish a global, but local fres
"Tanzanian Ambassador to the U.S., Liberata Mulamula, recently led a trade visit to the Global Water Center.